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April 02, 2020
While at home with our children, it can be fun to enjoy some time together in the kitchen!! Children often love this far more than we realise and it's a great chance to practice some maths weighing & measuring all the wet and dry goods!
Preparation is key as is relaxing any rules about mess! Let's just have an hour of fun and create something yummy together.
We have kept the recipes below very basic so that people of every level have something to try out! Our final recipe is for those who prefer savory over sweet!!
(Oh and please do share your creatiions with us!! We would love to see them on our instagram #MillerandKeane or Facebook pages @MillerandKeaneLondon or just email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
100g Self Raising Flour
100g Caster Sugar
2 Large Eggs
1 tsp baking powder
1 tbsp milk
Make your own Simple Pizza
1 wrap, pitta bread, slice of bread.
1/2 tsp tomato puree.
Pinch of salt and pepper
You can add whatever toppings. Tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, ham, etc.
And as much cheese as you like. Cheddar or mozzarella.
Chocolate Cereal Cakes
100g milk/dark chocolate
3 tbsp golden syrup
100g cornflakes, rice crispies or whatever cereal you would like to use - we think the two we mentioned work best.
Frozen Yoghurt Bars
1 tbsp Chocolate chips or chunks (dark/milk/white)
2 tbsp Honey
500g Greek yoghurt
Cheese and Veg Muffins
2 cups self raising flour
1.5 cups of milk
1 small can on sweet corn
Large handful of spinach
Pinch of salt and pepper
April 11, 2022
Despite our best efforts, stress is often a normal part of our everyday life. While it is something that most of us have simply learned to tolerate, it's impact on our physical and mental wellbeing is often far greater than we realise.
This guide offers 10 Tips to help move you from stress to de-stress and maintain a healthier, more balanced life that is better for you and those around you.
February 21, 2022
So many of us have been brought up to believe that we need to take care of everyone else first and foremost and that our own needs come last. This is seen as a virtue and praised as being 'kind', 'right' and 'self-less'.
However, as we have seen many times over, ignoring or putting our needs last on our list inevitably leads to burnout, ill health and often a lot of resentment.
January 21, 2022
Self-care is any activity that we intentionally do in order to take care of ourselves! Simple as the really. Our health and wellbeing is made up of our mental, physical, emotional and even spiritual needs.